Monsignor Dale Fushek has been freed from the house arrest and electronic monitoring imposed upon him after being arrested on sex abuse charges. The scandal surrounding Fushek erupted late last year after his arrest on sex abuse charges. The Phoenix diocese has been no stranger to scandal in the past. It’s bishop Thomas O’Brien was arrested after killing a pedestrian in a motor vehicle accident and fled the scene. O’Brien later resigned as bishop of the diocese.
Monsignor Dale Fushek, founder of Life Teen and a high-ranking monsignor in the Phoenix Diocese has been released from house arrest and the electronic monitoring imposed upon him after his arrest on sex abuse charges late last year. However, witnesses and victims continue to come forward accusing Fushek of sexual abuse. His supporters have started an online campaign to raise money for his defense and abuse victims have stated they’ve been intimidated by Fushek supporters while testifying in court.
Francis Cardinal George, Archbishop of Chicago, had ignored recommendations of his own board concerning the sexual predator Rev. Daniel McCormack. The board had recommended months ago to review the predatory priest but George ignored the recommendation. Now, victims advocacy groups like SNAP are calling for his resignation.
The following recall notice was published in News Inferno:
The Consumer Product Safety Commission and Victoria’s Secret Direct, of Columbus, Ohio, have announced the voluntary recall of some 500 Silk Kimono Tops manufactured in the United States by Single of Los Angeles, California. Consumers should stop using the product immediately.
A 48 year old Ft. Pierce man died after being tasered by police in a hospital ER. Samuel Hair, who used a pacemaker, was shocked with a Taser on Tuesday night after he became unruly in the emergency room at Lawnwood Regional Medical Center and Heart Institute. He stopped moving after being hit twice with the weapon, which the manufacturer advertises as a nonlethal law enforcement tool.
Some good advice printed in the San Jose Mercury News:
There is some encouraging news. New SUVs are being built lower to the ground, decreasing their chances of rolling over and improving safety when SUVs collide with cars. It’s not the weight of the SUV that poses a risk to people inside cars; it’s the height difference.
Driving an SUV is much more dangerous than driving a car, and safety advocates recommend the following tips for driving one:
A 48-year-old Fort Pierce man is in critical condition after police shocked him with a Taser gun.
Investigators said the man asked police to take him to a mental facility. Police say he had been shocked twice in the leg.
Heart device maker Guidant Corp. said Thursday that the Food and Drug Administration found a deficiency in how the company is identifying quality problems at its St. Paul, Minn. cardiac rhythm management plant.
A man died about 36 hours after being subdued with a stun gun by St. Tammany Parish sheriff’s deputies responding to a domestic disturbance at his home, authorities have revealed.
The case marks the third time in less than a month that a suspect has died after being shocked with a Taser gun in the New Orleans area.